Saturday, May 20, 2017

Sundays at Home #159



Welcome to Sundays at Home! Forgive me for showing off our freshly-laundered (bleached) slipcovers. It's just that in a house full of busy boys, they don't stay sparkly-white for long. :)

I hope you had a great week! We are finally getting a good stretch of sunshine here in Seattle, and I can almost taste summer. I hope the sun is shining on you too. 

Let's get this party started...


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I think you'll love Crafts Unleashed's Boxwood Topiary! Angie shows us how to add a mossy effect to a faux concrete pot so that it looks like the moss grew over time.

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Kristi of Making it in the Mountains brings us a DIY flower box as part of her 10-minute decorating series. 

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  Carrie, of Thirty-Eighth Street , tells us all about how to transform second-hand furniture easily. 
This post is FULL of great tips and tricks! 

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Congratulations to our featured bloggers!
We will be sharing your beautiful work on our Sundays at Home Pinterest board & on our FB pages and Instagram accounts throughout the week. Follow our board & pages to see.

So nice if you would follow us on Instagram
Ready to show us what you have been up to? Well, then ~ Link up!! A link back is to one of our blogs is appreciated. Link up your own work, no ads, or giveaways. Linking gives us permission to share a credited photo on our social media accounts. Have fun & share!  

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting Sundays at Home. Such a good read for a Sunday afternoon.

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    1. Thank you Susan! So glad you enjoy it!

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